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are following. >> terminal 3 chaos. this is what it looked like inside los angeles international airport after a gunman opened fire. one tsa agent was killed, several wounded and the shooting could have been worse. tonight the story from inside lax and the reaction from the suspects new jersey home town. >> targetting the taliban. this man was the most wanted in pakistan. today a u.s. drone strike killed him. more on the operation and why the c.i.a. was eager to launch this one. putting the pieces in place for high speed rail. california is moving forward with a project that will create jobs and connect los angeles and san francisco. how do you convince kids to stay in class? in alaska a school district is trying what some call bribery. we'll take a closer look. clues clues [ ♪ music ] >> across the united states over the past 24 hours there has been deadly shootings in new york, rowley north carolina, houston texas, hollywood california to name a few. when there's a shooting in a place with a lot of people and major security it will get a lot of attention. that was the case at los angeles
swarmed terminal 3 at los angeles international airport. after someone opened fire this morning. >> we proceeded up into the screening area. with where tsa screeners are and continued shooting and went past the screeners, back into the airport itself. >> reporter: emergency crews loaded wounded tsa officers into ambulances. one tsa officer, a 40-year-old man was killed. and three others were injured. passengers inside the terminal heard the gunshots. >> right when i heard the shots, i looked over my shoulder and everybody was running towards me, saying run, run. >> reporter: other passengers saw the gunman. >> and i noticed he had an assault rifle, a huge gun. strapped over his shoulder. >> reporter: airport police confronted suspect, who was wounded in a gunfire exchange. >> reporter: authorities evacuated the terminal and set up a triage area. >> we got out. and they told us to stay underneath the plane. >> reporter: six people were transported to area hospitals. at least one is in critical condition. >> reporter: again, the suspect is identified as 23-year-old paul siancia, from pen
. that was before he allegedly carried a semi-automatic rifle into los angeles international airport friday morning and started shooting. >> right when i heard the shots of looked over my shoulder and everyone was saying run. >> reporter: the shooting started about 9:20 at the tsa checkpoint in terminal 3. the gunman shot 4tsa officers killing one. he then moved down the terminal toward the gate area. >> i noticed he had an assault rifle, a huge gun, strapped over his shoulder. >> reporter: the rampage ended when police shot the gunman. moments before, this photo was taken. as police secured the airport, rescue crews rushed the wounded to the hospital. this is believed to be ciancia as he was wheeled into an l.a. hospital. investigators say ciancia was wearing fatigues and carrying a bag that contained anti- american and anti-tsa ranting. >> there were more than 100 more rounds that could have literally killed everybody in that terminal today. >> reporter: in los angeles, teri okita, wjz eyewitness news. >> kai jackson continues our complete coverage with the sheer panic for travelers. >> reporter:
recently moved to los angeles from a small new jersey town. >> i didn't have issues with him or anything. he was a really nice guy. a bit loner, introvert but i would never expect him to do something like this. >> reporter: the police chief is speaking on behalf of the suspect's family. >> we don't know what happened in l.a. we don't know and they don't well know either. they want to turn the stones over and try to find out. it's very emotional for the whole family. >> reporter: the fbi said ciancia had no previous record, and it's not clear why he targeted tsa officers. but authorities say he was ready to die in the attack. erica er ferrari, al jazeera. >> authorities say that he illegally bought his memories l.a. >>> in the deadly mall attack in kenya, four suspects accused of entering the country illegally. they werillegally. the al-qaeda-linked group al-shabaagroupal-shabab claiming responsibility for the attack. >>> reporters were interviewing a leader of the rebel group in mali, that's when they were abducted. >>> former republican presidential candidate saying he's unhappy with ho
cases. >>> the fbi looks for a motivate for the shooting at the los angeles international airport. many who knew him describe the suspect as a loaner. erica ferrari reports. >> reporter: a picture snapped of terrified passengers hiding in a bathroom stall while a gunman open fired. the suspected shooter, 23-year-old paul ciancia startinged transportation security agents. >> he made a conscious decision tto kill multiple tsa employees. >> reporter: he also shot two others, both who are recovering. the fourth victim, a passenger, was hit in the leg. moments before the attack the police say ciancia's friend dropped him off at the airport unaware of his plan. a criminal complaint filed saturday in federal court said that he had a duffle bag containing a smith and wesson assault rifle, and at least five magazine seen full of ammo as ws a letter addressed to the tsa directly. classmates were stunned at the news. >> he was always a shy guy. he kept to himself. he walked around by himself. he didn't talk to anybody at all. >> ciancia's former roommate paints a similar picture of the out of work
are trying to help any way they can. a filipino grocery store in los angeles taking donations. residents from a filipino community are donating food and even their own clothes to family members struggling with the storm's aftermath. >> clothes shoes and a lot of you know cans and also noodles. easy to eat. >> the relief effort is only the beginning of a long road to recovery. juan carlos molina al jazeera. >> to find out how you can help the victims log onto our website, aljazeera.com click on the typhoon haiyan tab and you'll find a lot of resource he on the right side of the page. >>> heavy thunderstorms dumping more rain on the philippines. kevin corriveau, are kevin. >> if we are going to see anything bigger but this is going to stay as a tropical disturbance. pushing over the central part of the philippines. what it's going to do once it guess into the south china sea, it will develop into a tropical storm but we'll watch this carefully. rescue and relief efforts that's going to make some issues there. for haiyan well, that is now gone. notice the clouds right there over parts of china m
motives to open fire at the los angeles airport. >> the taliban names a new leader a day after pakistan's most wanted man was killed by a u.s. drone. >> when you're hungry, it's hard to learn if you don't have everything you need. >> a lesson from seattle - how students' test scores are rising despite poverty. >> day of the dead - paying homage to the past and preserving a legacy for the future. >>> hello, welcome to al jazeera. i'm morgan radford, live from new york. >> parts of los angeles international airport are still closed nearly 24 hours after a deadly shooting rampage. police are trying to figure out why 23-year-old suspect paul ciancia whipped out an assault rifle, killing a tsa agent and wounding several others. >> investigators are following leads suggesting that paul ciancia had antigovernment sentiment and was targetting the tsa. brian rooney has more. >> cell phone video obtained by tmz caught the moment when panicked travellers at los angeles international airport ran for the door away from the gunm gunman. >> police identified the gunman as paul ciancia, and he pulled a
children have been found. investigators say the mcstays were killed, buried in a shallow grave near los angeles. and joseph mcstay's brother michael said this is not the news the family was hoping for. >> it's been a tough road. so we would ask that you would, you know, give the family members their space. and let us go through the grieving process. >> the mcstay family went missing from their home back in 2010. their car was found near mexico days later. >>> all right. so how does a man convicted of rape not go to jail? that's what his victim wants to know, hear from her next. [ taps baton ] [ dings ] ♪ [ male announcer ] every thought... every movement... ♪ ...carefully planned, coordinated and synchronized. ♪ performing together with a single, united purpose. ♪ that's what makes the world's leading airline... flyer friendly. ♪ ♪ hooking up the country whelping business run ♪ flyer friendly. ♪ trains! they haul everything, safely and on time. ♪ tracks! they connect the factories built along the lines. and that means jobs, lots of people, making lots and lots of thing
up gates and landing slots in seven major airport including new york, los angeles, and ronald reagan washington airport in washington, d.c. those slots will go to lower cost carriers. american must now sell 104 take-off and landing slots. >> we expressed potential reduction in competition that the merger would potentially empose. >> the justice department initially blocked the deal fearing competition. but in a statement the attorney general eric holder sought to reassure fliers. r re- reassure flyers. >> passengers still have concerns. >> i just have a feeling it always happens, every time there is are a merge there are is a rate increase. >> i think with less competition it means that it may drive flight rates up. >> since 2005 when u.s u.s. airways acquired u.s. west there had been a string of increases. and two of the smaller carriers, southwest and air tran merged as well. joining us now from dallas, rick ceni, an air traffic analyst and ceo of fair compare, a website dedicated to getting the best flight deals. in the studio, douglas kidd director of the national association of
, will being given more access to airports in boston chicago dallas los angeles and miami under the terms of the deal. >> probably the best thing for consumers is petition. some of those smaller airlines which aren't so small, airlines like jetblue and northwest have found a way to make profits and routes that are not served by the bigger airlines. there is an opportunity for smaller airlines to move in. >> u.s. and american says their merger is the only way to compete in what is increasingly a global industry, the final settlement must be signed off by a judge. john terrett al jazeera new york. >> michael eaves is here with sports. every day this goes on it feels like more of a legal npr battle. >> now we're put in a holding pattern. one day before miami dolphins owner was about to meet with jonathan martin, come news the dolphins will postpone the meeting. asked the dolphins to reschedule their meeting until after wells meets with martin first. that's scheduled for friday in los angeles. martin left the team last friday. >>> terry francona guided cleveland to a 20-game improvement going
to your ticket tears. aditi roy joins us live from los angeles. good morning, aditi. >> reporter: good morning, bianna, things are quiet here at l.a.x., this is supposed to be the busiest airport this thanksgiving weekend. with 2 million travelers traveling through. it will be hectic and expensive. the joys of holiday travel. >> first you delay me and then you bump me. >> reporter: immortalized in movies like "planes, trains and automobiles." >> we're going to atlanta. >> reporter: can be far less funny. >> one way to using these checked bags, curbside, they might overlook the fact that your bag is overweight that you have too many bax. >> reporter: the extra fees that you pay to fly, get extra leg room, can add as much as $6 billion for the major u.s. carriers. while you're forking over the extra money for that sandwich, chew on this, the person next to you probably didn't pay the same base price as your ticket. the variations in price were shocking. >> lot of airlines are adding seatback videos and wi-fi. we are paying a bit more for air travel but we're getting a better product. >>
grizzly new details on the los angeles airport shooting. the shooter fired at point blank range at tsa officer hernandez who crumbled to the floor. the suspect walked away, turned around, and saw hernandez squirming on the floor. the suspect came back, shooting hernandez again, killing him. five people were shooting with including the suspected gunman, paul ciancia who is in critical condition. two others were treated at hospitals and released. 29-year-old high school teacher is in fair condition. he was shot in the leg. now to cnn stephanie elim outside l.a.x. stephanie, you spoke with a passenger who witnessed a shooting. >> reporter: don, it was crazy to hear his story. he said everyone hit the ground. he was up above the escalator, in he curity, wh when everything happened. there was a pause and he looked back down and that's when he saw everything else. take a listen. >> we were at security. we heard the initial gunshots. and everybody in security hit the ground. a lot of folks were scrambling forward. so there was a pause. i look down the escalator and i saw the gunman. he had hi
's mission district and in los angeles. protesters in the mission called police brutality an epidemic across the country. >>> there was training with a dose of inspiration at a free sports clinic in san francisco today. ucsf hosted the event for those who lost a limb with their prosthetics and trainers offered techniques to improve speed and balance. >> i met so many awesome people and they have taught me so many things and i have taught other people other things and it's fun to be a mentor, but also have mentors and it's really neat. >> you may remember that young lady, ktvu anchor julie haener introduced us to bree in 2011. she was just 10 years old then and battling bone cancer when she made the decision to have her leg amputated in hopes of fulfilling her dreams of being an elite athlete. she took a running course at today's clinic. >>> former secretary of state hillary clinton makes two appearances in the bay area and draws big crowds, but not everyone was invited. who wasn't there and why it's a possible politic move?. >>> and sharing a tragic bond and the reason strangers came toget
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of them? abc's aditi roy joins us live from los angeles. good morning, aditi. >> reporter: good morning, bianna. things are fairly calm here at l.a.x., but this is supposed to be the busiest airport in the country this thanksgiving. there are going to be 2 million passengers traveling through here enter for those travellers, it will be hectic and expensive. oh, the joys of holiday travel. >> first you delay me and then you bump me. i can't wait to see what happens next. >> reporter: immortalized in movies like "planes, trains and automobiles." the reality -- >> we're going to atlanta. >> the bags. >> reporter: -- can be far less funny. >> check your bags, $50. >> one way to avoid the checked bag fee, when you use a sky cap curb side, sometimes they might give you a really good tip. they might overlook the fact that your bag is overweight that you have too many bags. >> reporter: the extra fees that you pay to fly, get extra leg room, can add as much as $6 billion for the major u.s. carriers. while you're forking over the extra money for that sandwich, chew on this -- the person next to
be disclosed to the public. in light of the shooting yesterday at los angeles international airport, the first 45 minutes this morning we want to get your thoughts on the overall topic of airport security. not only what was demonstrated yesterday, if there is a need of increase in security from the federal government or if there are other ways to make the airports safer. here is how you can comment -- you can send us a tweet at c- cspanwj,-- @ facebook.com/cspan, or you can send us an e-mail at journal@c-span.org. here is the headline from "the los angeles times" this morning -- a 23-year-old native from new jersey who lives in los angeles. there is a larger story when it comes to the topic of airport security. this is from "the wall street journal" -- your thoughts on airport security and if you think changes need to be made in light of what happened yesterday at los angeles international airport. we divided the lines regionally. if you live in an eastern or central time zone -- again, tweets are available, post on our facebook page, and send us an e-mail. withresident was briefing the iraq h
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investigator next week in los angeles. now participant left the dolphins last week following a taunting incident, and that martin had been receive harassment bying i could go neat toe. by--harassment by incould gincognito. >>> and in the nhl. the head denee and two of assistance the panthers finished with the worst record in the nhl last season. this season they led the panthers to the only division title in team history. when we come back a little bit later we'll focus on college football. >> hunt for a drug lord. he was released from prison in the killing of a dea agent. now authorities are trying to get him back mind bars. an exclusive. a look at the russian reports on the death of yasser arafat >> here is a look at your top stories. thousands of people who take refuge from the typhoon in the philippines it may be the strongest storm to ever strike land. and at least four people are dead look at this, it grows almost 170 points after an unexpectedly strong job report. secretary of state john kerry has been meeting with diplomats from iran and there is no deal yet but there is plenty
. >> why are they leaving? where martin has stayed, outside of los angeles, now when he said he would mead, allegations next week in l.a. nfl news, denver broncos head coach, has been in the mid of cardiac surgery. no time for his return. charlotte's bobcats, are not saying when clifford will return to the game. are coming up a little bit later in sports we'll talk more about incognito and tonight's action in the nba. >> is it really in the best interest, i'm ask are former u.s. security advisor. and to contact the centers and the luzon >> no power, no communications. at least 100 people are confirmed dead. that number is going to grow. more than 200,000 jobs created in october, despite fears that the government shutdown would damage the economy. the unemployment rate ticked up to 7.3%. >> i want to emphasize there is not an agreement at this time. but the p-5 is work hard. >> iran says the talks have been productive so far. russia is expected to join the talks tomorrow but no deal yet. as negotiations come down to the wire, i spoke to dr. disg dg brzezinski. there has been some indirect d
in los angeles tomorrow night. >>> the florida prosecutor leading the investigation innage alleged sexual assault involving jameis winston, since there is no timetable for a decision to be made, state attorney william meggs said four or five things still need to be done before any conclusions arconclusions are d. now the decision could come tuesday at the earliest. instead of presenting this to a grand jury, he's expected to decide himself whether enough evidence exist to pursue charges against winston who is expected to start tomorrow's game against idaho. florida state holds the number two ranking behind alabama. with both teams playing out of conference games against over matched opponents it opens the door for other marquee teams to battle for the spotlight this year including lsu and texas a&m. john henry smith asked graham watson about lsu's attempt to slow down quarterback johnny manziel. >> no one has been able to slow down johnny manziel. at texas a&m, averages 500-yard a game. close to 50 points a game. this is a team that is built to score. i don't know that lsu can stop it. th
>>> this morning on "world news now," disturbing new details in the los angeles shooting investigation. what detectives are now revealing about the suspect while the grief consumes the victim's family. >> i'm truly devastated. we are all heartbroken and will miss him dearly. >> what we're learning overnight about the moments leading up to the gunfire. >>> dangerous gusts. the frightening scene on a seattle-area bridge. wind so forceful drivers on a swaying bridge had to take action. what would you do? >>> cashing in. the queen of talk's huge selloff. the auction of all auctions oprah style. >> thank you so much. on behalf of my girls, thank you so much. >> oprah's not-so-favorite things, the money she raised and something she did not want to give up. it is monday, november 4th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. >>> good monday morning, everybody. welcome back, diana. nice three-day weekend. >>> good monday morning, everybody. welcom
in honor of gerardo hernandez, the tsa officer killed on duty in los angeles on friday. the suspect in the shooting, 23-year-old paul ciancia, is reportedly elling it police he acted alone. he has been charged with murder and committing violence at an international airport. kpix 5's cat he is at the airport this morning. >> reporter: officials are asking, as you mentioned, passengers to be on heightened alert. and we are also learning that security as well is on heightened alert. a law enforcement official tells the "associated press" shooting suspect paul ciancia is heavily sedated as armed guards keep watch over him. police charged the 23-year-old in friday's deadly shooting at los angeles international airport. officers shot ciancia four times to end the shooting rampage. but before the suspect was taken to the hospital an official says he told them he acted alone. >> he had the gun down like this. but passenger scott green witnessed the shooting. he was among more than 100 people who ran for their lives. >> it didn't make sense to me. i thought, you know, well, that guy had a gu
, the next interview may change your mind. robert hillburn, former music critic for "los angeles times" has writ an biography titled simply "johnny cash: the life." what a life it was. robert joins this morning. and thank you so much for being with us. i know you interviewed johnny cash, gosh, you know, across the decades, and you've really had access to his inner circle. so help us understand who was the real johnny cash? >> well, the fascinating thing, christi, seeing the footage, i was with johnny cash at fullsome prison in 1968, can you believe that, and it was the first time -- >> yes, great, i was going to ask you about that, but go ahead. >> it's the first time i'd been in a major concert. i was trying to get a job at the "los angeles times," and i was the only music journalist there, because the record company didn't want to invite journalists, because they were afraid john would show up stoned and they'd have to cancel the concert. but anyway, i stayed with him pretty much his entire life. i interviewed him until even just a few months before his death. and he was a terrific, warm
? the only blue zone in the u.s., to find out. >> 60 miles east of downtown los angeles, you'll find the small city of loma indians live. loma. where people live measurably longer lives. >> i'm now 99 years old. >> the day we met ellsworth warren we found him tending his garden. what's more remarkable, just four years ago he retired from a long successful life as a heart surgeon. >> i could do heart surgery right now. >> then we found 84-year-old jim warren exercising in the pool. >> 77-year-old began taking exercise. >> there are times you can't move another foot. and then you stop and say oh yes ircan and i keep moving. >> ellsworth, jim and ida aren't just extremely active seniors, they're seventh day adventists, that celebrate the seventh day saturday as a day of rest. practice rigorous exercise at any age. they also encourage eating a plant based diet with plenty of nuts, seeds, grains and beans. and then there's the focus on a day of rest. each week, church members observe the sa sabbath from sunn on friday to sunrise on sunday. >> it gives me a time when i can think on spiritu
of duty. eric holder is along those expected to attend. the public service will be held in los angeles. police say several other people were wounded when the gunman opened fire. the shooter is still in the hospital after being wounded by police. >>> garbage piling up in the streets of madrid. 6,000 garbage workers walking off the job more than a week ago. >> start with one issue education... gun control... the gap between rich and poor... job creation... climate change... tax cuts... the economy... iran... healthcare... it goes on and on... ad guests on all sides of the debate. and a host willing to ask the tough questions and you'll get... the inside story theses are strait forward conversations, no agenda, just hard hitting debate on the issues that matter to you ray suarez hosts inside story only on al jazeera america ♪ >>> welcome back to al jazeera, i'm del walters. here is a look at today's top business news. it has been a quiet start to trading on wall street. right now the blue chips are down some 25 points. investors taking a bit of a breather today after those two consecuti
gates and landing slots including new york, los angeles, and ronald ragan washington national airport. washington, d.c. at ragan airport, american must now sold 104 landoff and taking slots. >> we have expressed the concerns that the merger would potentially impose. >> the justice department initially blocked the deal, fearing it would hurt competition. and after securing concessions the deal was cleared for takeoff. >> eric holder sought to reassure fliers. this has the potential to shift the landscape, by guaranteeing a bigger foothold for low cost carriers this settlement insures airline passengers will see more competition on nonstop and connecting routs throughout the country. the passengers still have concerned. >> every time there's a merger there's a rate increase. >> with less competition, it means that it may drive flight rates up. >> in 28, delta joined forces with northwest, in 2010, united couples with continental, and two years ago, two of the smallest carriers southwest and air tran merged as well. all of these mean there will now be four big carriers controlling 70% of
. not much to be thankful for on the 405 freeway in los angeles yesterday. check this out. traffic was backed up for miles on l.a.'s west side. looks luke christmas lights there. if you thought the 405 was packed, this is a map of what it looked like from the air last night. that map is from buzzfeed and courtesy of planefundeplanefind. it's not hard to find things on that map. >>> it has become a holiday tradition at the obama's. they were at the capital food bank, distributing food to the needy in washington. president obama, first lady michelle, and daughters sash a and malia, helping pack bags of food and hand them to seepors and children in need. before that, the presidential pardon for the national thanksgiving turkey. this year's lucky bird, popcorn, was selected by a vote on the white house web suit. popcorn went waddle to waddle as they say, against another bird, caramel. by the way, both birds were spared. >>> also, in washington, officials kick off the first ever thanksgiving cup. it started with the lighting of the world's largest menorah on the national mall. joining the jewish c
to the pacific northwest. if you're traveling in the seattle area you'll run into rain. we had rain in los angeles yesterday. mostly cloudy here today but the clouds will be breaking up, and you'll see plenty of sunshine as we track into tomorrow. richelle. back to you. >> back to auburn for the iron bowl. it doesn't get much bigger than that, does it, michael? >> reporter: yeah, bragging rights for a year on the line here in alabama. we'll tell i couldn't this year's game is so significant. >> welcome back to al jazeera america. i'm richelle carey. let's take a look at today's headlines. syria's war has created a growing humanitarian crisis in the middle east. 2.2 million people have fled syria and taken refugee in other countries. half of them are children. >>> one person has died in protest in thailand. three others injured after gunshots went off in clashes between pro and anti government demonstrators. and today is the obama administration's deadline to fix the healthcare.gov website problems. the goal is for the site to handle 50,000 users at one time. >>> it's one of the biggest co
earlier, a man wielding an assault rifle kills a tsa officer at the los angeles international airport. every time we turn on our tvs, it seems there's more breaking news coverage of a high-profile shooting. is this the new normal in america, this people wanting to go out in a blaze of glory? >> it's not the new normal. since the 1980s we have seen crimes like this, angry, psychotic, depressed young men, mentally ill, haven't been treated. with a triggering event that causes them to want to go out in a blaze of glory. >> reporter: criminal psychologist alan litman says often at the peak of that rage, those people have about kes to the deadliest weapons. collectively, it's put america on edge. in connecticut a student's halloween costume put a school campus on lockdown for hours. and a sheriff's deputy shot and killed a teenager. >> we're jumping because the expression has been created by interest groups that any mentally ill person might jump out around the corner and harm someone. that is false. >> reporter: why can't our laws better address mental illness and gun violence? >> even de
in miami, 47 d.c. boston 38. dallas 52. denver 67 and beautiful 83 in los angeles. if you had any questions about the power of nature, take a look at these new satellite photos. this is one showing tacloban city in the philippines before the typhoon. green farmland, colorful buildings along the coast. check this out. this is what it looks like today. >> oh, my gosh. >> muddy, lifeless, nearly every one of the buildings gone. even the sea is brown. >> five days after typhoon haiyan struck, the delivery of relief supplies is speeding up. but tacloban city is one of the most desperate places on earth. filtering water through t-shirts. aid ships from the u.s. and elsewhere are on the way, but the need is enormous. more cargo ships are arriving at the airport where thousands are gathering. abc's terry moran was there. >> reporter: this was the waiting area of tacloban's airport. you can see the storm surge tore the place apart. believe it or not, this is one of the only places in the city that is still functioning. this is where people want to get to because this is where you can get out. >> the
to the bottom of the situation starts when he meets with martin in los angeles. >> i'm really disturbed by it because i care about the dolphins and players and johnson and martin and i care about our fans and hearing all this and it's been something very upsetting because it goes against something i really believe in and to hear charges and being part of it is something i find, something i can't live with. >> what needs to be done going forward after all of the stuff that has come out over the few weeks?. >> the nfl needs to complete the investigation and people want to see it and i want to see it and the coach wants to see it. because they all really care and are involved and so much being said and who knows what is true and what is not. with that being said, you know, personally i want to make sure that the type of racial slurs, harassment, you know, bullying doesn't occur in our team and our locker room or have anything to do with it. so i really thought you know i know what i would do, my first reaction is you can't come down on people because first of all you hear a lot of differen
. >>> police officers storm los angeles international airport, guns drawn and passengers hit the ground. hear what triggered this scare this time. >>> and the u.s. and iran could be getting closer to reaching a big nuclear agreement. a live report moments away. >>> and new developments in the rape investigation involving a heisman trophy hopeful, and the fellow student. the results of dna tests coming up. >>> we begin with two frightening incidents at los angeles international airport. they happened almost simultaneously. one at terminal 4, the other at terminal 5. terminal 4, an apparent crank call to police causing this chaotic scene. it began when the caller reported a gunman at the airport, and this prompted this response to police. >> on the ground! everybody get down! >> police evacuated the terminal, but then, they didn't find anything suspicious, and they gave the all-clear. almost at the same time at terminal 5, an suv crashed, triggering a panicked reaction from passengers inside there. paul vercammen is live for us at l.a.x. paul, no connection to the two incidents, but nonetheless
battle a black eye. in this los angeles walmart two years ago was captured by one customer. >> all the people went in there, started destroying the boks. >> reporter: all this for marked down x-box games. >> people were fighting, trying to get those deals. and one lady with pepper spray just started going at it. >> reporter: was that moment a turning point for walmart? >> certainly. i think we can do a better job at managing crowds and helping customers get in the store, find the item they're looking for and get out. we learned a lot. >> reporter: walmart said this time it's a calmer black friday. orderly lines through the store. shoppers will get wrist bands and rain check tickets to ship item that is will run out. what won't change are the surprise deals through the store. >> 40 seconds and all the people will go crazy. >> reporter: predictably wild that this dad brought his kids to walmart to witness the mayhem firsthan firsthand. >> that's something about black friday, your integrity. >> reporter: these don't care about the mayhem. they thrive on it all year. >> what, eight hou
covered from every angle. msnbc julia boorstin live at a target in los angeles. jay gray at the mall of america in bloomington, minnesota. we'll start with you, jay. we've been talking to you all morning. how is it looking now? >> t.j., i'm the king of shopping. i'm looking down on my subjects and i say spend, spend everyone. maybe it's getting to me. i have been here for a while. look, people are spending. things are going really well at this mall and across the country apparently. we see people not only shopping but they are carrying bags. not one or two but several. the news looks good on that account. a lot of retailers are very concerned because they have six less days in shopping season between thanksgiving and christmas this year. it falls late in the year. but statistics show and analysts believe that this weekend the average family will spend around $650, that's up 11% from last year black friday weekend. so vitally important for retailers. what happens between thanksgiving and christmas makes up between 20 and 40% of their entire yearly intake. that's according to the natio
majority of pizza huts are closed on thanksgiving. for cbs this morning, carter evans, los angeles. >> the national retail federation estimates up to 140 million people will shop this weekend. stores are banking on it. jill is here this morning. good morning to you. i find myself really upset because i feel like i'm already behind the curve. is the backlash worth opening the day before? >> it depends. it's estimated that 33 million people will be shopping today. we won't be one of them but that's okay. the key is retailers are trying to get us into the stores earlier and earlier. the more we are in the stores or online, the higher the potential to spend money. i talked to retail analysts. they say this is silly. all we're doing is stretching the holiday season out this first weekend. doesn't matter. but the results will tell us that 33 million people spend a the lot of money today, it will be a good thing. >>. if they wouldn't be open if they weren't making money. overall from the holiday sales, what are you expecting? >> the national retail federation says we shou
. but you're also going to get slightly stormy. yes, i said a little stormy. near los angeles and san diego, some rough surf and rip currents possible. look at the numbers. reno, today, will be drier at 55. palm springs, 62. i'll leave you with a look across the country. your local forecast coming up in just 30 seconds. >>> and here a look at live doppler radar. a clear start to our week end. a look towards mount diablo, high clouds and morning haze to get us going. our high for today going to be topping out in the mid to upper 60s for much of the bay area. a look at my accuweather forecast, nice and dry today. come monday, a seg drop in temperatures with a chance of moisture on tuesday into >> more than a foot of lake-effect snow fell in michigan. now, it moves east. parts of new york and pennsylvania, we'll be talking about that in the next half-hour. >> how do you feel about the weather? >> i like snow. >> weather geek. i say that in the most affectionate way. thank you, ginger. >>> and coming up here on "gma," it's a medical mystery. the rare condition that almost cost one dad everythin
los angeles patient who says he's become a victim of obama care. >> i thought it was a great idea. >> reporter: tom harris is a 62-year-old self-employed handyman, who had high hopes for obama care. >> my expectations were that it would actually enhance my existing health care plan. >> reporter: how has it worked out for you so far? >> that wasn't the case. i was notified my plan would be ended at the end of this year, in december. i was very surprised. >> reporter: harris suffers from debilitating allergies. he's seeing a specialist. dr. robert ichis at cedars-sinai medical center in los angeles, at least until january 1st, when his bill would go up. >> i know if i go see him, it's completely out of network, and it does not apply against my deductible. so it's really out of network. it's almost in another orbit. >> reporter: the new obama care compliant plan being offered by harris' current health insurance company will actually cost him $5 a less month, but four of his five doctors are no longer in that network. >> i've had patients come to me, saying, please do whatever you nee
at the los angeles international airport. every time we turn on our tvs, there as new high profile shooting. is this the new normal? >> it is not. since the 1980s we've seen crimes exactly like. this angry, sigh could theic, depressed young men. mentally ill. haven't been treated with a triggering event that causes them on emerge and to rage, want to go out in a blaze of glory. >> reporter: the criminal psychologist says often at the peak of that rage, those peel have easy access to the deadliest weapons. collectively it has put america on edge. in connecticut, a student's halloween costume put a college on lockdown. in california, a deputy shot and killed a teenage here carried a fake assault rifle. even a break-in at the colorado middle school. >> we're jumpy because the impression has been created by interest groups that any mentally ill person might jump out around a corner and harm someone. that is false. >> reporter: why cannot our laws better address mental illness and gun violence? >> even democrats don't want to do this. you have democrats who are representing rural areas where the
one, "catching fire" is dominating theaters. check out the long lines at los angeles premiere thursday at the midnight showings along the sci-fi thriller made more than 25 million bucks, despite the trilogy success, the film's star, jennifer lawrence, isn't letting things go to her head. >> it literally the day the movie was releed, i had no idea i was famous yet or anybody had seen it. i don't think i actually knew the movie came out that day. i will not go to whole foods. >> what happened? >> whole foods had to call the police and i had to go down, like, the cargo elevator and i was crying. it's really sad. >> geez. >> i saw my ex-boyfriend there and he was, like, how is your life? and i was, like, really bad. he was, like, the worst. >> "catching fire" is expected to take in $166 million this weekend in the united states alone. >>> maybe miley cyrus will celebrate a birthday at the theater. the singer, dancer and occasionally outrageous celebrity turns 21 today. no doubt they'll celebrate the milestone with her first alcoholic beverage ever. i think it's facetious. she was born in 1
reports. >> reporter: 60 miles east of downtown los angeles you'll find the small city of loma linda. it's a university town that is in a blue zone, one of five places around the world where people live measurebly longer, healthier lives. >> i'm 99 years old. >> the day we met elsworth we found him mowing his lawn and tending his government. just four years ago he retired from a long successful career as a heart surgeon. >> as long as your hands from steady you can do it. i could do it right now. >> then we met jim anderson exercising in the pool. >> it's just a great place to live. there are a lot of old people here. >> 77-year-old ida started taking spin classes two years ago when she began training for a triathlon. >> there are times when you really think you can't lose another foot, then you stop and you say, oh, yes i can. >> ellsworth, jim, and ida are not just extremely active seniors, they're also seventh day adventist. a christian denomination that observes saturday as the holy day of rest. out of loma linda's population of $23,000 it's estimated nearly half are believers. >> se
electric boots >> reporter: cameron mathison, abc news, los angeles. i read it in a magazine whoa >> that's great. >> i'm still trying to get to the bottom of the love triangle. >> yes. >> what's going on and why didn't we hear from miss piggy? >> she's going to have a lot to the say about this. >> i have a funny feeling we haven't heard the last of that. >> lady gaga on a charm offensive lately. keeping it real. being down to earth. >> every once in a while she brings back the crazy outfits but for the most part toned it down. >> likable great job. >> she's so talented. >> she is. >> likable great job. >> so talented. >> she is. achine... so talented. >> she is. hso talented. >> she is. e'so talented. >> she is. so talented. >> she is. so talented. >> she is. tide pods. a powerful three-in-one detergent that cleans, brightens, and fights stains so all your looks pop. ♪ pop in. stand out. ♪ >>> kicking off the start of our extended holiday weekend is our weekly "insomniac theater," highlights two films that couldn't be any less alike. >> we will start with "home front." the story of a
for on the 405 freeway in los angeles, though. traffic was backed up for miles on l.a.'s west side, and if you thought the 405 was packed, check this out. it's a map of what it looked like from the air last night. you can barely see any ground there. this map is from buzzfeed and courtesy of plane finder. >>> and it's become a thanksgiving holiday tradition at the obamas, distributing food to the needy in washington. president obama, first lady michele and daughters sasha and malia were at the capitol food bank for a third straight thanksgiving holiday wednesday. they were helping pack bags of food and handing them out to families in need. before that, the president and the first daughters took part in another popular holiday tradition, of course, the presidential pardon for the national thanksgiving turkey. and this year's lucky bird popcorn was selected by a vote on the white house website. popcorn went waddell to waddell against another bird caramel was that bird's name and by the way, both birds were spared. >>> also in washington, officials kicked off the first ever thanksgivukkah. it sta
from los angeles, california, 34 years old, lives in -- as i said, in my city of los angeles, had to wait three hours to enroll. $6,000 savings. let's improve this plan. let's not destroy it. it's time to move forward to give americas what they need, health security. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from texas. mr. burgess: reserve my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from colorado. mr. polis: require if the gentleman has any remaining speakers. mr. burgess: i'm always here so i remain as a speaker but it will just be me. mr. polis: you're prepared to close? mr. burgess: absolutely. mr. polis: i yield myself the balance of the time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for the remaining time which is 90 seconds. mr. polis: i'll offer an amendment to the rule in a will allows americans to keep their insurance if they like it. mr. speaker, i ask unanimous consent to insert the text of the amendment in the record, along with extraneous material immediately prior to the vote on the previous question. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. poli
educated, you have a decent job, what does the house cost you in the san francisco bay area or the los angeles area where you have a public school where most of the kids don't speak spanish? you might start off about $560,000, $640,000. people of middle income can't afford that. they are priced out of the market. what is the same house cost in texas? 140. 180. and you can send your kids to public schools. the texas public schools have better achievements for whites than california white and better achievement for blacks than california blacks and hispanics than california hispanics. succumbing you know has the big government model worked very well? i would argue not so well. massachusetts gleaning small, media and exception -- may be an exception. >> i love the cover of your book. could you describe the inspiration for the image? and the second question if you had one message for people to take with them regarding the buck, what would that be? >> the photograph design was just handed to me by a subcontractor of my publisher of random house. so my reaction was i like it. i do urge you t
1968 as the day that i got married to a beautiful young woman who was born in los angeles, attended los angeles times school, i guess it was called hollywood high and went to ucla and later to the peace corps. she became a librarian, she loved books, and she loved to read and she came south and followed the civil rights movement and kept up with the movement. we met in 67 and we were married on february 21, 1968. .. everybody in the audience just broke up laughing. will you obey? >> host: why did they laugh? >> guest: because they thought he would instruct lillian to listen, because she was a little feisty, and because she needed some encouragement to go by her husband. >> host: what's the last year of your life been without her? >> guest: i think about her all the time. i still wear my wedding band. it's just hard to take it off. i miss her. i wish she could be here and witnessed the changes that have occurred with our son and my own life, and be able to -- she was my closest and dearest friend. she was a wonderful companion. she gave me great advice, and she worked so hard in campaign
at los angeles international airport last week. new details are emerging tonight. prosecutors say the shooter fired at point blank range at officer hernandez, who then crumbled to the floor. he got on the escalatoescalatort up. officers hernandez squirming around. road the escalator back down and shot him. two other tsa officers were wounded and treated at hospitals and released. 29-year-old high school teacher brianland mer is in fair condition. he was shot in the leg. cnn's stephanie is outside the airport for us. you spoke with a witness who saw the shooting. what did he say to you? >> reporter: very much so, don. he was here at the airport to pick up the bags that he and his wife and son deserted as everything was going down. they heard the first fire shots. hit the ground and then there was a pause. and now, this gentleman i spoke to, he believes that's when he ran the shooter ran up the stairs and went back to shoot that tsa agent. this is what he said he saw from his perspective. >> we were up in security at the time of the shooting. we heard the initial gunshots. and every
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